BTS, a well-known Korean boy band, will visit the United Nations next week as South Korea’s special envoy to the presidency.
“BTS member Kim Nam Jun said it was a great honor, as an individual and as a citizen, to hold the title of Special Presidential Envoy for future generations and cultures.
“We are always thinking about how we can give more and give back the love we have received, and we are just thankful that the President has given us such a great opportunity. We, as special envoys, will do our best.”
The article said Moon appointed the singers “special presidential envoys for future generations and cultures” during Tuesday’s ceremony in Seoul, where each of the band’s seven members was given a diplomatic passport.
The band is reportedly expected to address the UN and participate in the second annual Sustainable Development Goals Moment, which seeks to ensure that COVID-19 response efforts achieve “equal, comprehensive and sustainable development.” Accelerate the transfer of ” According to UN literature.
Moon told the Korean publication that he is a fan of pop sensation.
“There is nothing anyone can do to spread the message of support and consolation through music to young people around the world affected by the corona virus, and I am grateful for that once again,” the leader alleged.
This is not the group’s first appearance at the Manhattan Summit.
In 2019, the group reportedly launched a campaign to “include every young person in quality education, training or employment by 2030.”
According to the article, last year he appeared in a recorded video urging young people to realize their dreams despite the challenges of epidemics.